We use our teeth all day, every day, for chewing, talking, and flashing big smiles at friends and family.
Our jaws do a lot of work throughout the day, opening and closing over and over so that we can do ordinary things like talk, eat, and yawn.
You might remember a little bit about pH from a science class you took years ago in middle school or high school.
The smile of a happy child is one of the best things in the world.
If we asked you to list three things that happen in a typical dental exam, dental X-rays would probably be one of them.
Have you ever tried to enjoy one of your favorite foods, but that angry, swollen lump on your gums or the inside of your cheek kept stinging and hurting?
The most obvious impact of orthodontic treatment is a straighter, more attractive smile.
You can always expect your body to go through a lot of changes when you’re expecting, but did you know that some of those changes are to your oral health?